The Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety considered a resolution on Monday night pertaining to the ability to write off delinquent and uncollectible water, wastewater, garbage, and stormwater bills.
Board member Jeff Houin made a comment that City Attorney Sean Surrisi handles several small claims issues in court and he is working to collect what is owed to the city. The write-offs amount to just over $1,800.
Surrisi said he was just in court on Monday to represent the city in the dispute over a $25 parking ticket.
The Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety approved the resolution with a unanimous vote.